THINGS TO DO
Indiana Repertory Theatre
A Raisin in the Sun (1/10—2/3) / Get Tickets
INSPIRING AMERICAN CLASSIC
After years in a crowded, run-down, inner-city apartment, the Younger family dreams of a better life in the green, sunny suburbs. But when opportunity comes along, will they agree on the best route to get there? And will the gates be open to them?
Romeo and Juliet (1/27-3/3) / Get Tickets
HEARTBREAKING LOVE STORY
A timeless and timely tale of young love struggling to survive amid old hatreds. Shakespeare’s most beloved play is as vibrant and lively as ever, speaking boldly across the centuries to the divided world we live in today.
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Get two main floor or second mezzanine tickets for just $30 with code DEVOUR2018 to the following Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra performances:
January 26 & 27- Beethoven’s Sixth Symphony (“Pastoral”)
February 2 & 3- Saint-Saëns’ Third Violin Concerto
The Indianapolis Zoo empowers people and communities, both locally and globally, to advance animal conservation. Click here to get your discounted ticket and visit us during Devour Indy!
NCAA Hall of Fame
Bring your family to the NCAA Hall of Champions and engage in a little friendly competition with our newest exhibit, “Trivia Blitz”. Participants will have to be quick as they are presented questions that could include video, an image or a few clues. If you prefer something that doesn’t involve trivia, check out another new game, “Make the Grade”. Match items and release sports so that you don’t end up sitting on the bench. Both can be found on the second floor which is brimming with hands-on, interactive exhibits. Witness a tennis serve at nearly 100 miles per hour, test your vertical jump or take a shot from the free throw line in our 1930’s replica gymnasium. This is just to name a few. It is the perfect opportunity to experience NCAA sports first-hand.
The Jazz Kitchen
The Jazz Kitchen is a "super club" type venue. Come in for dinner and a show:
Mon, Jan 22 - Jam for JJ featuring The Clifford Ratliff Quartet paying tribute to legendary Indianapolis trombonist J.J. Johnson
Wed, Jan 24 - Phil Ranelin Quintet with "One for Johnson"
Indianapolis born and raised trombonist Phil Ranelin is visiting us from Los Angeles with a tribute to J.J. Johnson
View full calendar for more local and regional entertainment options.
PLACES TO SEE
Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site
The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site is the home and gardens of the only U.S. president elected from the state of Indiana! The Delaware Street home of Benjamin Harrison is open for guided tours on the hour and half-hour seven days a week. The home is beautifully furnished with many of Harrison's paintings, furniture, and other artifacts including political memorabilia. The reconstructed carriage house (located behind the home) features changing exhibits and is our Welcome Center. Visitors will see 10 rooms in the museum, including the third floor ballroom (when it is not closed to mount a new exhibit). Click here for more information.
The Indianapolis City Market
The Indianapolis City Market feeds the community and our guests by offering distinct foods, products and services in an environment that preserves and perpetuates Central Indiana's agricultural, architectural and cultural history. Click here to learn more and visit.
Lucas Oil Stadium Tour
Lucas Oil Stadium is a state-of-the-art retractable roof multi-purpose venue which opened in 2008. The stadium has hosted a wide variety of events including the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, Super Bowl XLVI, NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Fours, NFL Combine, Big Ten Football Championships, IHSAA Football State Championships, Monster Jam, Supercross, concerts and much more.
Public tours of Lucas Oil Stadium begin and end at the Colts Pro Shop on Capitol Avenue and feature a 90 minute guided tour by trained stadium experts of behind-the-scenes features of the venue such as the playing field, NFL locker rooms, press box, and other unique areas. Specific tour routes may vary based on Lucas Oil Stadium events and activities. For tour information, call 317.262.8600, or visit wwww.lucasoilstadium.com.
LOCAL BREWS TO DRINK
Sun King Brewery
Devour Indy Sampling Flight Special $6
Individuals will be able to create their own sampling flight (6 total) from our Sun King Core, Seasonal, Seasonal IPA, Limited Releases, or Sun King King's Reserve beers. We encourage Devour participates to use the sampling flight as a way to find the perfect pairing with the delicious eats from Oca!
Promotion available at both Sun King locations (Downtown Indy and at our Sun King Fishers Small Batch Brewery).
Sip on a Brew at Metazoa Brewing Co.
Metazoa Brewing Co. is a craft brewery in the heart of Indianapolis that donates 5% of its profits to animal and wildlife organizations. Offerings range from true-to-style traditional ales to quirky, experimental styles big on flavor.
Find easy parking in Metazoa’s free parking lot, ride your bike up to the patio, drop in for a growler fill, or hang out for a few pints and a game of corn hole. Metazoa also has board games, TVs, and a visible brewing area so you can watch the brewers at work and play.
With several house beers, a wide variety of seasonals and one-offs, eight nitro taps, and four casks, everyone from the beer novice to brewing expert is sure to find a favorite.
Indy Brew Bus
Visit local craft breweries with Indianapolis’ original brewery tour, Indy Brew Bus. Each participant receives guided tours with samples, a tasting passport and more. Tickets start at $30 per guest with tours offered from Downtown, Broad Ripple, Carmel and Greenwood. Perfect for couples, groups and corporate outings. Now offering a craft beer and cider tour!